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  • 1. Georgia Tech College of Management Six Sigma CertificationLean Six Sigma Green BeltApplied Statistics for Six SigmaLean Six Sigma Black Belt

2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThank you for your interest in Georgia Techs Six Sigma Certification Program. This document provides details on program content, instructor profile, and the registration process. Georgia Tech is consistently ranked in the Top 10 public universities in the country, and the Georgia Tech College of Management was recently ranked in the Top 25 business schools in the country by US News and World Report. Georgia Tech has partnered with Master Black Belt Lee Campe, adjunct professor, to design and deliver Six Sigma certification training. Black Belt Certification requires completion of the following three courses and a Six Sigma project. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt: Monday through Friday, September 21-25, 2009Applied Statistics for Six Sigma: Monday through Wednesday, October 19-21, 2009Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: Monday through Thursday, November 16-19, 2009 *All classes meet 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Teaching methodologies include:Structured multi-media presentationsSmall group discussions and reportsTimely Six Sigma case studiesVideos, simulations, and specialized softwareInnovative small group assignmentsThere are two easy ways to register for Six Sigma: 1. Call 404.894.8700 2. Register online at www.execinfo.orgGeorgia Techs Huang Executive Education Centeroffers state-of-the-art executive education classroomsat the Technology Square campus in Midtown Atlanta.You can take a virtual tour at Georgia Tech College of Management, Office of Executive ProgramsPage 2 of 7 3. Lean INTRODUCTION Belt Six Sigma GreenSeptember 21-25, 2009 MondayFriday Program Content 8:00 AM5:00 PM $3,950 per personDiscover what world-class organizations such as General Electric, Motorola, and Xerox already know. Six Sigma can improve your bottom line. By attending this program, you will return to your organization with a deep understanding of the Six Sigma approach, proven tools for implementing the Define/Measure/Analyze/Improve/Control (DMAIC) methodology to a project. Program OutlineMonday Overview of Six Sigma Introduction to DMAIC methodologyThursday Introduction to the define phase Introduction to analyze phase Introduction to improve phase Tuesday Generate, evaluate, and select solutions Define phase (continued) Implementation, piloting, and risk analysis Introduction to the measurement phase Complete measure phase for continuous data Understanding processes Hypothesis testing Continuous Y, discrete X testing Wednesday Performance StandardsFriday Process capability calculations for discrete data Capstone exercise using role playing game Continuous data overview Lean tools for Six Sigma Student exercise to create continuous data Applying tools to case study to complete all DMAIC Measure phase for continuous data phases Georgia Tech College of Management, Office of Executive Programs Page 3 of 7 4. Applied Statistics for Six Sigma INTRODUCTIONOctober 19-21, 2009 MondayWednesday Program Content 8:00 AM5:00 PM $2,550 per personThis course presents a deep dive into statistical tools used in implementing Six Sigma in the real world. Participants will focus on the issues of metrics and their importance in DMAIC projects. Participants will identify the different types of data and how data is used to solve problems. Key content areas include: (1) The benefits of measurement; (2) The typical types of measures, data and performance metric reporting; (3) The three disciplines of statistics; (4) Normal distribution, measures of central tendency, measures of variability and determining the sample size; and (5)Program OutlineMonday Introduction to MiniTab Measure phase for continuous and discrete data Hypothesis testing Continuous Y, discrete X testingTuesday Continuous Y, continuous X Discrete Y, discrete XWednesday Case studies for hypothesis testing Statistical Process Control (SPC) Georgia Tech College of Management, Office of Executive ProgramsPage 4 of 7 5. Lean INTRODUCTION Belt Six Sigma BlackNovember 16-19, 2009 MondayThursday Program Content 8:00 AM5:00 PM $3,500 per personExplore the DMADV methodology in theory and practice. Gain knowledge of design of experiments through practical, hands-on exercises. Program OutlineMonday Introduction to DMADV methodology Introduction to the define phase Introduction to the measurement phase Introduction to analyze phaseTuesday Introduction to the design phase Introduction to the verify phaseWednesday Design of experimentsThursday Design of experiments (continued) Simulation Gage studies Attribute agreement analysis Georgia Tech College of Management, Office of Executive Programs Page 5 of 7 6. FACULTY PROFILE Lee Campe, Six Sigma Master Black BeltLee Campe is an experienced Six Sigma instructor with a wide array ofexpertise in all facets of business. He has extensive experience deploying SixSigma in transactional environments including sales, human resources,marketing, finance, information management, and manufacturing. Lee is apast Master Black Belt for GE, Johnson & Johnson, JP Morgan Chase, andThe Home Depot. Lee played a key role in coaching and mentoring HomeDepot six sigma projects that generated over $200 million in savings. Prior to Home Depot, Lee was the Vice President and Master Black Belt for JPMorgan Chase in New York. His responsibilities included training andcoaching Six Sigma Champions, Black Belts, and Green Belts in the DMAICand DFSS methodologies. During his tenure, Lee trained over 100 Championsand mentored three enterprise-wide projects that identified over $20 million inpotential savings. Lee Campe earned his Executive MBA while serving as a captain in the U.S.Army in Vicenza, Italy. He served for 12 years in the U.S. Army and is agraduate of the elite Army Ranger School. He is an adjunct professor in theMBA program at the Georgia Tech College of Management and is also avisiting professor for the Executive MBA program in Asolo, Italy. Georgia Tech College of Management, Office of Executive ProgramsPage 6 of 7 7. INFORMATIONLocation The Georgia Tech Six Sigma Certification Program will be held at the Georgia Tech College of Management located in Midtown Atlanta, 800 West Peachtree Street NW. Course Fees The bundled price for all three courses is $9,500 per person. Course fees include Georgia Tech instructional fees, program materials, Continental breakfast, lunch at the Georgia Tech Hotel executive dining room, afternoon snacks, parking, and Internet access. Discounts are available to companies that send three or more employees to the same program. Call 404.894.8700 for more details. Note: Special discounts are available for Georgia Tech employees and alumni.Georgia Tech Six Sigma Certification Program If you are interested in earning a Georgia Tech Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate, you must complete all three courses (Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Applied Statistics for Six Sigma, and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt) and a post-course project. Contact Information If you have questions regarding program content or if you are interested in learning about available discounts, please contact us at 404.894.8700 or Program offerings, content, dates, and prices are subject to change. 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